Pro Life Masses Summer-Fall 2017

Church During MassOn the second Sundays of August, September, October, and November, the Rev. Bergman will be celebrating pro-life masses at St. Thomas More Catholic Church in Scranton. A rosary will be prayed at 6:30 p.m, followed by mass at 7.

After August’s mass (the 13th), we hope to serve ice cream in the church basement!

Students are especially welcome!

Remember: August 13th, September 10th, October 8th, and November 12th at 6:30/7:00. Hope to see you there!

Challenging Bob Casey Jr. in the 2018 Senate Elections

Casey Statement on “New” GOP Health Care SchemeSenator Bob Casey, who has been one of Pennsylvania’s representatives in the US Senate for two terms, has a 0% pro-life voting record, as scored by National Right to Life. In the upcoming 2018 elections, it is important to make the pro-life voice of Pennsylvania heard by electing a pro-life official in his place.

Recently, it was reported that congressman Lou Barletta has plans to run against Casey in the upcoming race for the Senate seat. According to National Right to Life, Barletta as a nearly 100% pro-life voting record. Should he indeed run for Senate, he would be the most recognizable of Casey’s opponents and carry a strong chance of victory.

While the President is currently pro-life, the Senate is equally, if not more, important in building a culture of life. It is important that, whoever wins this upcoming election, we do all in our power to ensure they will be a staunch protector of human life from conception until natural death.

We must send a clear and strong message to Casey that his pro-abortion voting record is not forgotten and will gain him a strong opposition from those who truly value Life. Challenge Bob Casey. Pray that he may have a change of heart and make his father, who was staunchly pro-life for the duration of his own life, proud.

Donation/Support pages revamped and secured

Due to an update by our web host, the links to our donation pages were broken and displayed an error message stating their security certificate was out of date. Unfortunately, this error occurred during our donation drive, and we believe many people may have attempted to donate online and been prevented from doing so by their browser.

The security error has been fixed, and the support/donation page has also been redesigned entirely. Donations can now be made 100% securely.

If any donations were made while the error persisted, there is no danger of them being compromised, because they are done externally through PayPal and our website does not process them.

We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused and hope you will continue to support our efforts to build a culture of life in our area.